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A song, on the confession and dying words of William Stevenson, merchant, late of North-Allerton, in the county of York, aged 27 years, who was executed at Durham on Saturday the 26th of August, 1727, for the barbarous murder of Mary Fawden, near Hartlepool in the bishoprick of Durham taken from his own mouth the night before his execution, by a person that went to visit him while in goal. To the tune of, Since Cælia's my foe.

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